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July 2014
Skull Practitioners
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Where the genre of “psych rock” will usually refer to “psychedelic rock,” Skull Practitioners take it to a level where the meaning “psychosis rock” would be more appropriate, hurling harsh guitar tones and thumping bass haunts, along with an avalanche of drum fills, into a whirlwind of amplified delirium. The NYC trio produces a heavier and more diverse wall of sound than most five-piece bands out there, swelling and punching up and down scales and arpeggios, blasting through fuzz and decay, resulting in a bleakly intense look into a mind lost. With different vocalists featured on various tracks, it might be difficult to discern an established frontman, but does it matter? The sounds coming from Jason Victor and Ken Levine’s amps, back Alex Baker’s drums are the huge focus here. – JP Basileo

 

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Indie Releases Round-UP: Right On Dynamite, Noxious Foxes, My Pet Dragon, Ultraviolet Astronomy.

Indie Releases Round-UP: Right On Dynamite, Noxious Foxes, My Pet Dragon, Ultraviolet Astronomy.

Grab your beach gear, cover yourself in sun block, and sport your best noise-canceling headphones: it’s the first week of August, and the city that never sleeps is set to drop yet another batch of releases.



Scene semi-veterans and Brooklyn natives Right on Dynamite play a rather aggressive brand of garage rock with surf tinges, and are (finally) about to release their debut album "In Vino Veritas", out September 13th. The bands’ up- beat lyrics, and simple, yet memorable compositions combine for a sound similar to The Strokes, Rooney, and Phoenix…all in one. These self-branded surf rock/indie dudes will stage their repertoire at The Music Hall of Williamsburg opening for White Rabbits, on August 3rd - the show is sold out though...


Instrumentalists or, more appropriately, math experimentalists, Noxious Foxes    this week will release their third album entitled "Legs". Unexpected, quirky, and avant-garde are only a few adjectives to describe this musical duo's compositions. Edgy, uber-mathy beats and inventive guitar parts combine for a unique, dark, tense sound. We definitely recommend you to venture into Spike Hill’s dimly lit walls for this duets’ performance on the 27th.



If punchy rock isn’t quite your scene, then you might be interested in the music of minimalistic male-female duo Ultraviolet Astronomy (pictured above). Their Eighties-inspired shy-pop is injected with plenty of synthesized beats and sounds, and it's at once progressive and extremely melodic. Expect the group’s sophomore EP   "MVMNT" out on August 2nd.



“Gimme That Sound Productions” anticipates the release of My Pet Dragon’s sophomore LP, "Mountains and Cities", August 2nd. Catchy vocals, melodic guitar riffs, and steady drumbeats meld into a breezy indie/pop-rock album. Songs like "Majestic Lovers" and "Flow" entrance listeners with dance-inducing rhythms, and herald the ideal soundtrack for that cross-country, convertible drive under Augusts’ everlasting sunshine. Don't own a car? Don’t worry, you can take a train to this NYC-based bands’ upcoming gig at The Mercury Lounge on August 5th. - Madi Silvers
 

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